Pre- Bridal prep

Pre- Bridal prep

It’s time to get busy and gorgeous. We go from top to bottom to bring out a beautiful you. Wedding-day beauty shouldn’t begin on the wedding day. Start now to ensure you look your bridal best.

Hair

Great bridal locks require a little love and devotion. We all know that washing, blow-drying, and heat-styling on a daily basis makes for a messy head, full of split ends. Start repairing from the inside out. An invigorating scalp massage and deep conditioning treatment (about 4 weeks prior to the event) not only feels good, but stimulates the hair follicles and adds body. FYI Despite what many bottles claim, there is no way to repair damaged ends — once your hair breaks, getting a trim is the best option.

Face

When it comes to the best way to care for your face, there are many schools of thought- Start seeing the salon six months before the wedding as your skin will need to adjust to a new regimen. Our professionals at the spa can provide a series of facials that clear blackheads, slough off dead skin cells, and improve circulation. Also to attain benefits of these drink tons of H2O before and on your wedding day to make your face look dewy and radiant.

Eyes

Dark circles and puffiness are common bride-to-be afflictions (Since the skin around your eyes is particularly sensitive, while taking off eye makeup use a water-soluble remover. A nightly application of eye cream will improve the appearance of dark circles and a cool compress once or twice a week helps keep puffiness at bay.

Neck

Since your garment no doubt shows off a little (or a lot!) of neck- start taking care of this overlooked region as soon as you can, but remember that this fragile skin is thinner than your face. Exfoliate it with a gentle face scrub every other day, apply a light moisturizer daily, and use sunscreen when heading out

Body

Apart from dieting and weight issues, on the outside, exfoliation is the name of the game, because it makes skin feel softer and more toned. Use an exfoliator each day, whether in the form of a loofah or a body scrub.

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